Elon Musk Found Not Guilty in Trial Over 2018 Tesla Tweets

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been cleared of wrongdoing related to tweets he posted in 2018 announcing plans to try to take Tesla private. 

Hunter Biden’s Lawyers Confirm Controversial Laptop Belongs to Hunter

In a new 14-page letter to the Justice Department, signed by prominent Washington attorney Abbe Lowell, Hunter's lawyers have asked for an investigation into close allies of former President Donald Trump, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon, Trump's longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and others who had access to the laptop's data.

GOP Coalition of 9 States Move to End ‘Unconstitutional’ DACA Immigration Policy

"The Court should declare it unlawful and unconstitutional, vacate it in its entirety, and permanently enjoin its implementation (with a prudent transition for existing DACA recipients)," the court filing reads.

Biden’s Classified Documents Scandal Won’t Go Away

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U.S. Claims Russia Violated Nuclear Weapons Treaty

The Biden administration alleged that Russia violated a nuclear weapons treaty, New START, by refusing to have on-site inspections.

DOJ Refuses to Provide Details on Investigation Into Biden Docs

The Department of Justice (DOJ) refused to provide the House Judiciary Committee with details from their special counsel investigation into the Biden documents.

Jury Clears Catholic Father Targeted by Biden DOJ

A jury has found Mark Houck not guilty of federal charges brought against him by President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice.

Biden Admin to Give $1.6 Million to Chinese Energy Company

After Senate Republicans urged the Biden admin to refrain from "enriching China's technological efforts at the expense of taxpayers," the Biden administration is to give $1.6 million to LanzaTech, a green energy company that operates in partnership with China-backed Sinopec Capital.

National Archives Asks Former Presidents, Vice Presidents to Search Records for Classified Docs

The National Archives has asked former U.S. presidents and vice presidents to complete a check of their records for classified material following the recent discoveries of classified documents at the homes and private offices of President Biden, former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.

Obama-Appointed Judge Rules Former Whole Foods Employees Who Wore BLM Mask Violating Store Policy Were Not Discriminated Against

“Here, the Court finds that no reasonable jury could conclude by a preponderance of the evidence that Whole Foods’ reasons for Plaintiffs’ terminations were pretextual and motivated by discriminatory animus," the judge said.

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